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Should you be shopping at a flea market?

Ever wondered if you should spend more time at flea markets and thrift stores? The secondhand image is now chic and smart. It’s also better for the planet. Flea markets are for shoppers of all ages and demographics.

Jamie’s Flea Market is host to more than 200,000 shoppers each year. Many are “locals” willing to drive a good hour or so to find a bargain. Others are passing through, and these people are on the lookout for hard to find, unique items. There’s an increase in younger and higher-income shoppers committed to buying used items. Secondhand shopping is one of the most significant current trends in retail. It definitely has lost some of its stigma.

5 Reasons to shop at a flea market

  1. Have fun, shop smart and creatively.
  2. Find unique items waiting to be recycled or repurposed.
  3. Unleash your creativity without straining your wallet.
  4. Enjoy a multicultural, transgenerational experience.
  5. Support local artisans and small businesses while enjoying a fun day out.

Hundreds of vendors = Budget-friendly discoveries

When you want to get away from look-alike shops and merchandise, step back into retail history by combing the aisles at Jamie’s. You’ll find all sorts of treasures and bargains. Families love spending the day at Jamie’s. It’s not just another shopping trip – it’s a treasure hunt with something for everyone. We’re proud to be handicapped accessible, so everyone can join in on the fun.

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Just ask us!

Browse our vendor directory to get an idea of all that’s on offer. If you’re looking for something in particular, use our search engine. If that doesn’t work, you can always contact us. We’ll be happy to help you.

Who shops at flea markets?

A recent Conference Board survey of consumers showed that people under 35 make up the majority of secondhand shoppers. Lower-income shoppers seeking essential items are a key customer segment. They focus on clothes, furniture, electronic devices, appliances, books and inexpensive treats. But higher-income shoppers withgreater discretionary income are also shopping flea markets. These shoppers look for bargains on exercise equipment, decorative and vintage items, jewelry, bags, and plants.